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Archives: Wolverhampton Wanderers

Which Premier League Clubs Near the Bottom Will Avoid Relegation?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

As the Premier League season comes to a close, much of the attention is placed upon the title race between Manchester City and Manchester United.  But at the other end of the table there is an equally fascinating battle to … Continue reading

Play the EPL Draft! Which Players Would You Pick for Next Season?

Posted on by Morgan Green

UPDATED: As some of you may or may not know, the NFL Draft has commenced here in America. All the teams in the National Football League descend upon New York and spend the next several days drafting the best college … Continue reading

Wolves Relegated: The Rise and Demise of Wolverhampton Wanderers

Posted on by Chris Machin

With the writing on the wall, the fat lady singing, the curtain falling and just about every other damning cliché being bandied about the Black Country club, Wolverhampton Wanderers has been officially relegated from the Premier League. Faced with a … Continue reading

Wolves 2-3 Bolton: Going, Going, Gone!

Posted on by Chris Machin

Owen Coyle’s Bolton side enhanced the chances of at least one famous ‘Wanderers’ side playing in the Premier League next season as the Fat Lady filled her lungs and bellowed out a damning chorus for the other on Saturday. Yet … Continue reading

The Definitive Guide to the Premier League Relegation Dogfight

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

With the Premier League title race being so tightly contested between the two Manchester clubs, and the chase for the fourth and final spot for Champions League looking equally enthralling, one could be forgiven for forgetting about the relegation battle … Continue reading

What I Learned About Your Premier League Club This Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the 20 years that I’ve followed the Premier League, this season has been the most unique for me. In previous years, I watched the league with an unbiased lens, able to dish out criticism and laud players and teams … Continue reading

Fulham 5-0 Wolves: Bobby Who? Wanderers Schooled by Five Star Cottagers

Posted on by Chris Machin

Welcome to management Mr Connor! With the statue of the late Michael Jackson standing boldly outside the venue for Sunday’s Premier League showdown, Wolves’ new boss Terry Connor is left staring down the barrel of some wholesale changes; ‘starting with … Continue reading

Random Thoughts From Premier League Gameweek 26

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

1. Arsenal fans can exhale and begin chanting, “All is well”. Yes, the Gunners played much better Sunday, but this is still the same club that was routed at the San Siro recently so it is difficult to get a firm … Continue reading

Newcastle United 2-2 Wolves: The Calm After The Storm

Posted on by Chris Machin

At the back end of a turbulent and degrading fortnight where all things Wolverhampton Wanderers were concerned, a chink of light appeared through the widening cracks to lift the spirits that had previously hit rock bottom. Although the departure of … Continue reading

Why Wolves Should Not Have Sacked Mick McCarthy

Posted on by Michael Green

Having watched the gutless performance exhibited by the Wolverhampton Wanderers players yesterday, I was expecting a response but certainly not this. First off, Wolves is still in with a great chance of avoiding relegation and to get rid of the … Continue reading

Wolves Sack Mick McCarthy After Worst Black Country Derby Defeat Since 1964

Posted on by Chris Machin

Wolverhampton Wanderers today announced that manager Mick McCarthy has been sacked by the club after a devastating 5-1 home defeat in the local derby against West Bromwich Albion. The last time Wolves lost so badly to West Brom was 1964 … Continue reading

Wolves 0-3 Liverpool: Pressure Mounts On Wolves Boss Mick McCarthy

Posted on by Chris Machin

  “Changing the manager does not affect the way the players play on the pitch” … I begin fittingly with that quote from Wolves captain and £7million summer signing Roger Johnson. This was a quote given to journalists after the … Continue reading

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-3 Aston Villa: McCarthy’s Men Grounded By Their Ex-Hero

Posted on by Chris Machin

Way back somewhere in the annuls of time; before the awe inspiring stadiums and the anti-sweat kits, before the mega millions and the sponsorship deals, before television and radio and the world wide web – back when the beautiful game … Continue reading

The Return Of The King: Robbie Keane Finds Gold For Aston Villa Against Wolves

Posted on by Drew Farmer

One day Robbie Keane will write/dictate his autobiography, and it will be filled with fantastic stories of playing football for some major clubs, living in Italy and the USA and full of scoring goals. Keane marked his full Aston Villa … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur 1–1 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Déjà vu in North London

Posted on by Chris Machin

Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to a big North London club with European ambitions; are given a snowballs chance in Hell of taking anything from the game, defend resolutely and defy their long odds and escape back up the M6 with a … Continue reading

Look At These English Football Clubs And Badges From 1962: Collector’s Card Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On day three of cleaning out my garage, I found a pleasant surprise in a 1962 collection of 25 cards entitled “Football Clubs and Badges” from a company named Lamberts Of Norwich. The cards were included in packets of tea … Continue reading

Birmingham City 0-0 Wolves: Stalemate in the Second City

Posted on by Chris Machin

Just eighteen miles separates Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City geographically. The West Midlands rivals are also separated by 18 places retrospectively between two divisions. On Saturday, they were separated by nothing but fresh air as the ‘ding dong derby’ turned … Continue reading

If England Doesn’t Care About the FA Cup, Why Not Export Selected Matches Overseas?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This morning I was listening to BBC Five Live commentator Alan Green complaining about poor attendances in this weekend’s FA Cup matches. The two examples he gave were the crowd of less than 15,000 for a west Midlands derby between … Continue reading